SOUND & FURY FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES DAY LINEUPS

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SOUND & FURY FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES DAY LINEUPS
Tickets Available at NoSleepStore.com

“One of the most revered—and raucous—rock music parties the West Coast has to offer.” – Santa Barbara Independent

 

Sound & Fury fest is less than one month away – taking place July 20, 21 and 22nd at the Earl Warren Showgrounds in beautiful Santa Barbara, CA.  This year’s lineup will feature headliners and hardcore powerhouses Bane, Blacklisted, Comeback Kid, Earth Crisis, H2O, Terror, and Touche Amore, along with 50 other acts spanning three days from July 20th through 22nd, 2012.  The festival was started in 2006 and has boasted bands like Fucked Up, Ceremony, Trash Talk, Have Heart and more as a part of their lineup in past years, making it the premiere hardcore/punk festival in California.  Additionally, 2012 marks the third year of Sound & Fury at the Earl Warren Showgrounds, located at 3400 Calle Real in Santa Barbara, CA.   Individual day passes are on sale now exclusively through festival presenter No Sleep Records and can be purchased at this location.

No Sleep Records Presents Sound & Fury Festival – Day Lineups:

FRIDAY
Bankrobber
Basement
Comeback Kid
Disgrace
Downpresser
Focused Minds
Hardside
Ill Intent
Ivy League
The Mongoloids
New Brigade
Rotting Out
Sabertooth Zombie
Single Mothers
Suburban Scum
Take Offense
Touche Amore
Xibalba

SATURDAY
Bane
Bent Life
Born Low
Creatures
Donnybrook
Earth Crisis
Friend or Foe
H2O
Harness
Holy Fever
Mindset
Minority Unit
Naysayer
Night Birds
No Tolerance
Nomads
Piece By Piece
Retaliate
Souvenirs
Terror
The Wrongside

 

SUNDAY
Alpha & Omega
The Beautiful Ones
Black Breath
Blacklisted
Brawl
Break Away
Ceremony
Dead End Path
Early Graves
Everything Went Black
Fire & Ice
Harms Way
Hour of the Wolf
Mountain Man
Rival Mob
Seahaven
Silver Snakes
Tough Luck
Xerxes

*SOUND AND FURY – OFFICIAL PRE-PARTY*
July 19 – Camarillo, CA @ Rock City (2258 Pickwick Drive)
Soul Search
Minus
Ruckus
ACxDC
Oblivion
Sleepwalkers
+2 more

 

 

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